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. >> it's absolute madness in san francisco right now. >>> and good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. busy doesn't even begin to sum up the weekend or the mood in san francisco at this hour. the fleet week airshow and america's cup have wrapped up for the day. the second day of hardly strictly bluegrass ends in about 30 minutes. so now it's all eyes on at&t park and that's where we find cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington. >> reporter: there is so much excitement here right now. you can hear people behind me here the chants of let's go, giants, from the ballpark. we just saw some fireworks, some fighter jets overhead and more than 41,000 fans are piling into at&t park for game one of the play-offs. they tell me a win is very important because it could set the tone for the post-season. now, this is a national league division series, the giants versus the reds. the giants have home field advantage for the first two games which are today and tomorrow. then they will head to cincinnati for the remaining games of a best-of-five series. pitcher matt cain will start on the mound tonight. these teams
over san francisco butter especially in this corner of san francisco where folks are naturally hoping the giants go all the way. especially the people who have businesses who sell to fans. red white and blue championship game bunting was going up while they held separate practice sessions on the field. business was great and the dugouts sports store with fans snapping up gear. kip just had to have another giants shirt. >> i bought another shirt because they won because i need something new to wear tomorrow to cheer them on. >> reporter: she was a ballpark regular and know what is the championship games mean for the neighborhood. >> it's good for pedro's and pete's. all along the corridor here and probably public house because it gets really crowded when the giants are playing and they can't afford tickets. >> reporter: good too for the popular paragon bar just a block away. >> it was chaos for most of the time but it was fun you know. lots of people excited and everyone you know piling out on to the streets. >> reporter: now paragon's gearing up for a repeat and trying the make room f
,000 people who live here. the san francisco public utilities commission plugged the hole. but the water was out for 12 hours. >> we go to the tub and there's no water. >> i went to sleep with halloween makeup on. >> reporter: the water came back on saturday morning. >> it was just colored. it smelled off. >> reporter: a boil water order is now in effect because the city doesn't know if the water is safe to drink. >> we'll do sampling throughout the system of bacteriology to make sure that water is safe to drink. that process takes about 48 hours. >> reporter: people who live here seau tilt zaires are -- say utility issues are common and the infrastructure is old much of it from the 1930s including the pipe. it can't upgrade until the property is officially transferred to the city from the navy which still owns the land. it's been anarch and that welcome of atability disease -- lack of accountability has neighbors concerned. >> given the fact that our -- our ground is subject to liquefaction, given the fact that no one is -- as far as i know -- maintaining them properly. >> reporter: you
back at what's known as "the play." >>> governor brown was in san francisco today campaigning for his tax initiative proposition 30. it's one of two competing tax measures on the california ballot. as cbs 5 reporter anne makovec shows us, that's causing confusion among voters and tensions between supporters and opponents of both propositions. >> conspiracy theory. >> who the hell are you? >> reporter: you can tell how heated the debate is getting when just seconds into an interview with an opponent of prop 30 we were interrupted. >> there's a conspiracy theory that you're trying to propagate. if the news wants to take your conspiracy theory and run with it -- [overlapping speakers] >> reporter: this confrontation was outside of an event featuring governor brown. >> just in case you don't know why i'm here, i want to make it real clear. >> reporter: prop 30 would bring california an estimated $6 billion a year by temporarily raising the income tax on the state's highest earners and sales tax by .25%. >> proposition 30 is about a lot of things. it's about kids. it's about teachers. it's
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